Understanding OSHA Citations and Staying Compliant

The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) was created to reduce injuries and fatalities in the workplace. Since OSHA’s introduction in 1971, workplace fatalities have reduced by 66%. The maximum citation for not following OSHA standards is $12,471 per violation, with up to $124,471 per repeat offense. Therefore, it is crucial for companies to comply with OSHA laws to ensure safe workplace standards and to avoid large fines. This white paper will individually examine the most common OSHA topics, give solutions on how to meet OSHA workplace standards, and provide a checklist to check your own company’s compliance. 



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